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Great potty for my almost three year old toddler and he especially loves the flushing sound after he goes. It’s a good size for him (he’s a little small for his age) and convenient to use but for a bigger toddler, it might not be as suitable as the potty hole is not that big. It has a splash guard which seems to come off easily but he somehow learnt to carefully sit on it without knocking it off. The wipes compartment is small and really not useful for storing wipes. However the cistern part can be used for storage. The only thing that got me puzzled was that somehow under the removable waste container, there were drip stains on the bottom of the toilet where there shouldn’t be. I later realised it’s from a bit of liquid collected in the splashguard clip which drips down when the waste container is not in place. I remedied this by just placing a paper towel under to collect any drips. Overall, a great potty and recommend it!
At one point I felt hopeless and was convinced my short 5yr old son (40 inches tall) would never be potty trained. But this realistic looking potty and sticker charts to earn new Lego minifigure rewards finally got his attention and did the trick! When he began using it he liked that it looked just like a normal toilet and made him feel more like a big kid. Less than 1yr after purchasing this he's transitioned over to using a normal toilet and even poops/wipes on his own. Buying us a much quieter Kohler toilet also helped. I hadn't realized the noise our old toilet made while flushing upset him so much. Btw a great potty book to purchase is "The saddest toilet in the world" by Sam Apple. The book made us laugh and helped my son relax while sitting on his potty. I eased him into wearing underwear at first we'd just put them on over his pull-up for preschool. Then when he began keeping that dry we switched to underwear alone during day yet still allowed him to wear pull-ups for going to bed or pooping. Once he stayed dry thru the night I had him switch to wearing underwear full time. Explaining how to push out gas is what finally got him to poop in the toilet and then we no longer needed to use his summer potty chair. I found him a toilet seat insert with handles to hold if he got scared and also put a short stool under his feet so they're not dangling off our toilet. Most of his pants still have an elastic waist since zippers, laces buttons and snaps are like his kryptonite.
Getting him special Lego and Star Wars underwear was a great motivator to not poop in them anymore. He had the most accidents while wearing plain boring white underwear. The key for him was wearing something fun that he actually cared about. We'd have funny convos about his underwear. I'd say things like "you better not poop on Darth Vader today or he'll get pretty mad😏 "Don't worry mom I have the force on my side." Potty training him was one heck of a long journey (for both of us) but don't ever give up! The normal Potty training suggestions didn't really work for him. For years the harder I tried the more he fought it. I still can't believe he's finally potty trained (it's only been 3 months) I'm hoping he'll continue doing well in kindergarten this September. Best of luck to all parents currently potty training their children. I hope the summer potty works for them as well. The only negative things I have to say about the summer potty is the seat doesn't detach from this potty to be used as a toilet seat insert and the splash guard sometimes fell off while he was peeing. The back of potty was great for holding small books or 1 package of flushable wipes. He rarely pretend flushed it although it made realistic toilet noises. I do apologize for the length of this review but wanted to share what worked for potty training my lovable, smart, stubborn autistic son.
Es idéntico a un baño y en el tamaño perfecto para niños chiquitos. Mi nena ya avisa y va solita pero necesitaba otro baño entrenador porque aún no se anima en los baños normales y espero con este sea más fácil la transición porque hace hasta el sonido. Recién llegó y parece que le agradó, espero así sea! Llegó rápido y en buenas condiciones.
en general muy buen producto a mi bebe y a mi nos gustó, y nos ayudo mucho para dejar el pañal y hasta para perder el miedo a la taza de baño normal por la similitud que tienen, es importante saber que cada niño tienen sus tiempos para dejar y avisar del pañal pero desde que llegó el summer infant todo fue mas fácil y cómodo, el único detalle que le veo y no creo que sea relevante porque lo volvería a comprar aun sabiéndolo, es que el compartimiento de poner el papel o toallitas húmedas es muy pequeño y siento que desperdician espacio en el tanquesito pudiéndolo aprovechar aunque papel normal si entra perfectamente por esta razón es que le doy 4 y no 5 estrellas.
Me gusta el producto es la segunda vez que lo compro, muy fácil de usar.
Lo que no me agrada es que en su propia caja sea enviado y entregado, ya que no trae protección y la caja viene golpeada y manchada. Colocan la etiqueta solo para protección del "Try Me". Ambos me han llegado así y no hay opción para agregar empaque de amazon. Espero mejoren este punto.
Excelente para entrenar, a mi niña le encanta, y esta aprendiendo muy rápido a ir al baño y le encanta que al terminar le baja a la palanca y escucha el sonido, la compré en precio de oferta y estoy satisfecho
El bañito es cómodo para los pequeños que inician dejando el pañal, es idéntico a uno real y eso lo hace curioso. Lo que no me agradó es que la tapa se desprende fácilmente, debería tener un seguro para que cuando lo traslade de lugar la tapa del tanque no se caiga o el bebé no la tire. Es el único detalle que le encuentro. Por el material ok, y el sonido idéntico al del baño real. Je
A mi hijo de 2 años le gusto mucho. Lo unico que no me gusta es que la tapa de arriba del tanque de agua se quita. Pero tiene muy buen tamaño para niños chiquitos. El mio mide 85 cm y el tamaño es perfecto